Human Resource Management in Business Context

Are we running out of journal names?  February 11, 2013 – 03:05 pm

With so many journals appearing everyday it is no wonder publisher and prospective publishers are running out of names for their journal titles, and an unavoidable consequence of this is duplication.

We constantly stumble with "new" titles that are already being used by other journals. This duplication of journal names is particularly notorious in the case of new Open Access (OA) journals. Some publishers just add something superfluous such as “journal”, “research” or even the conjunction “and” to the title to make it look different to a title that is already been published.

A word cloud generated with Wordle from the titles of the 21, 350 journals indexed by JournalTOCs looks like this:

Journal Titles

The word cloud doesn’t include some common noise words such as journal (removed from 7, 400 journal titles, including six ejournal) and 2, 034 international. We also have removed from the journal names 7, 802 of, 1, 026 de, 110 für and 27 di. Perhaps we should have removed Revista (journal in English) which is found in the titles of 648 journals in Spanish. Research was found 1, 377 times, Science 1, 278 and Studies 771 times.

In this context, duplication is very likely to happen. Doing quick searches with JournalTOCs can expose cases such as:

Source: JournalTOCs Blog

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